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SIXES AND SEVENS. BEING NOTES OF PASSING INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

SIXES AND SEVENS.

BEING NOTES OF PASSING INTEREST.

it gives uh great pleaaun t.. open tin duly n .-I ..( TBI JOURNAL OF POLITICAL BCONOMY and find therein ,i long ami scholarly article by tDtt s.niiii m. Lough, oi Wcsthampton Ool- lege. Il hems Ihe tltU Bit "Trnde. and Industries 111 Ireland ill Hie Sixteenth Century." MJn Lough ilgaed her paper "Weslbniiipton College, Hi, Inn.in.l Vir- aiiiia," and thus brought favorable notice to out kliter matit.ntion. Apr..p.m of tha rem'iiich work tlnit membcri of our faculty have bean doing, we also find in ihe gOUTE ATLANTIC (,11'YliTKKI.Y mi ippredatWl nolo in the books reviews eoiieerniug Dr. Dingim' brochure on: "A Study of the Liter- al .■ Tendencies in the bfovellen of Than- dor Sturm." Thin paper wan submitted by Dr. Dingus || his dootomtc dienorttt- tlon nt Ihe Diiii'i'inlty of Virginia, It tuti been highly eompti nteA, in. ilame!l Borland paid us a rather hasty visit i.ii Wi'ilues.liiy. Lust Hansion Dr. Ryland eubetituted ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
"SCRUBS PLAY A SCORELESS GAME." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

"SCRUBS PLAY A SCORELESS GAME."

Saturday while the Wrelky erne bal tt with v. i. i.. tin- s.'.nh- won handling tbemselvaa oredltably againsi the llnwil/.els. I'll,' gam! started oil With lots ol "pep" ami it proved to be an interesting game. The Scrubs were e.e.llly hilllitu-uppcd 1..V hick of weight i.nt outplayed the Military lade, Payuv mid (iiib, i( .li.i iplemlld wwi fw the Howltiera, Hie former inakii.'.' .0e.i.l beautiful ime plunges, tfor itii'bin..ii.i, Simpson, at quarter, played exceptionally wall, making sav- er, il long null around the mili'mi boy.. The entire team played a good game, POth "II the nir.'llsive llllil (he defellsne. The game was iinirreil, lit times, by fumbling and the high-pitched voice of Sears, .1 Howitzer, who una reinov.-.l from Hie game for cursing. Hie Senilis .lid line work. ami. fol their initial ginue, they are to ha con- griitulnti',l.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond College and Westlmmpton College Weekly, PUBLISHED BVBRY FRIDAY Siilwi'iiplion, $1.35 Per Year, In Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cenls. 6FFICEA.2 JETER HALL EDITORIAL HOARD II. M. Sutlwilaml, Kditoi-in-Cluel. gllubtth Lew I A ..'t. Editor.-m-ChicI K. I . Coleman I EImHOI Mrl'arthy ) Rimon I). G-.mii ( a,,.,....,,, Edkori I I I Word 1 MANAGEMENT E. W. Milltr, BuJmm M»n»gn M. V. Spicet R. R. Cliapell I Aw't. Buiini'ii Mmigcri H. A. Hiifwll I I -l1..-l • 'I,\ll I 1.1.1 I All business matters should be ad- dressed to the Business tfuukftfi All other wallers should COM to the Editor* in-Chief. We shall he pleased to handle any students' communications with due con- sideration. All unsigned correspondence will not be published. Krilered a* second-class matter Novem- ber », 1915, at the Post-Office at Rich- mond College, Va,, under the Act of Con- gress of aUroh j, 1I7Q, FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 6, 19J6

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
HOW AND WHERE OUR PROFESSORS SPENT THEIR VACATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

HOW AND WHERE OUR PROFESSORS SPENT THEIR VACATION.

■ EiltfUxli ili'|i.'irl.liii-iil ..I Hi. I nn..] -ilv ..I ■.inly 111 f-.r Sebego Lake, Maine, with li-iiiiip vi ili.it ptace All <>!' .'ni.v in i Bu'liitc \i. untatns, tha feature ol this

lines. 1,,,) wsi iniiiiil! ii,,„, 1 111 |,ay i good time ....a getting it I Mi Joht iti crofesior of hi jto . riitted lb ii.ii.-i ■■!.. Worth i'iu<i III) . i..; ,1 leu WHO. .in .Li n.I weii> Ito Smith I Orollna, journoj Ing ovei i ud ;".|v ~| ||~i „;„(,. ~, ~, ,i, ~, ,„:, tnrial fai bin Doctor's (heals on Th« ISouth i arollna i...>i.h il " j Dr. limn- «.,•. m In- bom., within [sight ..I H.e college during the entl vacation period, He reited bj taking i \e,,.....■ ..I »omo kind every day, moil Inl it i....'1.." in hi- jpirdeii, | lb', \ 1..,\ 1.ii.l till Iml.l'- full a' Cornell Untversl y. si which place b« was doing graduate work and Instructing ... Bioiogj ii.t ti... si.ii..' i.im- ii.. '.in., then tor ils 1'• I.'', 1..|...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Y.M.C.A. HOLDS FIRST REGULAR MEETING. DR. YOUNG SPEAKS TO A LARGE NUMBER OF STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

Y.M. C.A. HOLDS FIRST REGULAR MEETING.

DR. YOUNG SPEAKS TO A LARGE NUMBER OF STUDENTS.

The Aral meeting of the v, v. c a. vrai ludd In tin auditorium last Thursday nfghl i,t '; o'douk. the provloui mi i in .lint I) \'...i.': would be ihe principal ipcaker broughl mil a tore munher ..f atndet|l ■ The topic fot .lis cuuiaii ivii- "Social Service ' \n.-r the usiini ~|„.iiiii". mil,', mi... im" talks » I lii.-i. I, all ol whtoh ».-•■ exceed Inglj iniei.-tiii!'. r i | trpoakftr was Mr. L C, Dick- ,ln, |.'.l i the two fold hell.'lO I,t gonial '-.iiire His lull, wita -boll bul affective, jHe mis followed by Mr. H. l'\ Sl.,ii ', I the r>ple-.,'lll.'lti\e of Hie lltissjiiu v nil. lelIel tin. Penitentiary, Ho tpokc of tb> loßgernc is ol thi criminals lo hem' the word "i God, ....-I .'f the i.'i"i.i mv..nut nf i Him can I" .1.."-- tii'-n-. i rbeii Mr, ii. Beaalcj thi representa- tive oi Hie Virginia Homo for Incur n1.1.".. tusked thai cvvry itudeill tlm' ei.lllil poMlhl.\ 'pi...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

WALK OVERto the WESTHAMPTON BAPTIST CHURCH STUOENTS CLASS 9:30 io 10:15 A. M. DR. W. J. YOUNG, 7re.cr.cr ZZZ*NEW STAR n^^r. MLANVFACWKKD ny Baughman Stationery Company WHAT WILL BE YOUR LIFE WORK? Ol a Yale gmilunliilg cl»«», n companion ol 18 leading occiipntioiiidiowxhiit thoie w1... SGgtgMJ in lite iimirniKe Blldl thc largest income during ihe period oi 5 yr«rs. There it in. belter Company, to repreion! limn lb,- IVim Mutuel, one ol the ~1,1. it, lirgSSJ mid licit-known in the world.-.70 yean old, $7(X),fjnO.OIXJ,OO iniurini.■>■ in ioic<-...5l7 r ),fJ00,0t)(i.0l) S-Wl*. Alwiyi opesbgi for huitlert. BIGGS & MOSELEY, General Agents /•;. S, titiPorfot, CoaMsrr 604-008606 Mutual HuiUling. RICHMOND, VA.

PY L E: KBTAW.ISIIHI IHHO FRENCH GLEANING, DYEING, PRESSING 3115-317 N. Fifth Street .-•^.•COrVII'IJMI'.NTS!-^^! OF IHE PUIS FURNITURE CO. Fourteenth and Main Stfeel f. L. & H. L. DENOON Real Estate ami Loans POT E. Main St., RICHMOND, VA ygCOOP FOR THE EYEBm| ■ THE...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

POLLARD i BABBY, inc. REAL ESTATE REN IS LOANS SALES RENT A REMINGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITER Ii will l„.||, you... purithool work, rERMSt 51.1 D |..r month, I in.'i.ilir, %1 50 pavible in REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. Bin B. main sun _T f.W mUJ, LHtlAim IIIOSUS HAIL. B V Phone linn. ism. ,m „n»i ft viky, Prop, CENTRAL SHOE REPAII'.INC CO. I-'itnl ClUl Slim. Koiui ii.it! I I -I While *'nit 1|..,i1h,.| li;.'., . » ..il. i iliud i..run.; Delivered, v i uoto ! 134 K. Hnad St. Richmond, Va. V:ni». in Richmond, Sold on Pour Continent! THE DUNLOP MILLS KICBMOKD, ■:• VIKCINIA P f £ Jk pTi iJti i Less than 3 hem's to Washington |u»t 4 hums to Baltimore. Just 6 hour« to Philadelphia. Juft ft hours to New York. Through Parlor and Bleep-tug Care | Excellent Dining Cur Service

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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FIRST VESPER SERVICE WEEL ATTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

FIRST VESPER SERVICE WEEL ATTENDED.

Tli,- tit.i Vespe, s.„„-...,r.1. u *j£ i..-il lasl Huntley, drew n p..iAflß-*? fi-ont w....ii.ii'i.| sod Uiciiiiniflst*?<iij in. !•'. IV, Bootwrlghl was tli? upenker ol il cession and Itli menage rumlndltig i lie ttudeul bodj ol tha splrll Mini inln.-v i,|,i,.,,.|i|,.,| |,i il,,- College triads i sllile by the isorl-oi of men In Hi.- pas! nml prt ..I wiih llttlug and timely, 'ii... work ol the si t mmpoied of students from both College! «hk v I nnii especially when this service was tii.'ir ssi I nir.inn! together n« « choir fii.ii voloss blended well, nn.l With n little work nn.l praotioc will do i.'l..|i Into n i...\ , i.iiiiiii.i.. choir and .nn' whloh ill.' (..i1,;:..- will be proud of, Tha Vesper C in.-.- Itavi spared in. peini to make these services of real worth nn.l pleasure to the students of tin. c..iii,K.-s nn.i hi., working oui a coin plote program for Ihe fall whloh will sp- pear In this paper lit v later edition. Ths program ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
STUDENT PRAYER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

STUDENT PRAYER MEETING.

Then ire iotas of tha thoughts writ- i,-ii mv Hi.' black board of tha Hlstorj Room lasl Saturday aveningi "(....I oxpeots i-v.-iy Rlohmond Oollege man lo do nothing lass than his svhola • Inly." "Mtii Goil i...||. us in develop .. strong-.' .'i team of 'Spiritual Athletes' in our Coll " "Physical BxireJes itrengthaus tin- Imdj | montnl praotlim leads oui the v... tontlal powers of the Intellect, ami In like miiiiii.'r spiritual sctlvltlu »iil strength- .-ii. broaden .in,l ili-.,|i..|i tin- iwsstoi imo ti.ins nf i 1... boul, If you arc wcnl<, then [ uo In ivorli ~ii,i grow strong " Til,-.,' Rtudonl Prayer Meeting! are lifihl viii uVlnck every Baturdsj nvonlng In Boom ' 0" of Ryland Ifuli, 111..1 ivii Rlohmond Collega men Ii w»l Tomorrow*! n ting Is in otuurgi[ 11 M,,,iti I'ciins. a new, non-iulnli'l l.i'iiil Mil.|..n!. w ill you gol

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
RICHMOND COLLEGE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

RICHMOND COLLEGE DIRECTORY.

Morgan L. Combe . I'ri'siili'iil | Win i.. Davli Vioa-Preeldenl Meade T. Spleer Dennle \v. linn/ Secretary j Treaauri i

Student Council.

Morgan l.. Combe ... .Prodding Offloer Paul I, Ffarrup V. SI. C, A. Sep. f. I arl w lojcer Athletic Aai n Ri p v. S, Lawrence ...Senior Representative Edward W, Mllbjr,.Junior Repreientatlve Samuel A, Bowman Sophomore Rep. '• H. Barneti Law Representative

Student Senate.

Paul I.. I Lump I'ii. -iili 'ill Witi l.. Hiivi'h Viri'-I'i e i'ii h' Philip C \iiimw Ki'ci'Hiiry I'lttw \V '• lii'iinli'Y , .,, TrearowT

Y.M.C.A.

i. i nrl Wii'Ur James ll. I'.it.'.t ... I>r W. A. Harris l,,.- President Viii' I'ii.i.I BervSMty TrcimlrWr

Athletic Association.

Morgan I,. Combs President ! Hum A, ||nss,.| I., t'. Hubbard John K. Shumate . . Vim' I'rcsiili'iil Secretary I Tnii-im r I

Philologian Literary Society.

William flutfli Jliijrliy •■•• I''. Nmilli...'..., II. W. liu...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

mmtmmsmtmtmmmmmsmtmmmimm Cottrell & Cooke . . PRINTERS . . | No. 3 GOVERNOR BTRBBT I j-j-j-MtiL-iriiiiiiiirrii'isiiMissssssiisiii-iiiiiiii [a man worthwhile Provides for Dianbiliiy, a sav- ings account, a foundation for business. SEE "CHICK" He has what you need--Guar- I anleed Low Cost Life Insur- I ance—-Accident, Health and I Liability Innurance. i. E. WOODWARD I SOa Mutual 11.1.1.11..,! I Trnveltrn InHiintiiceCn. Mud 0:1(10 I

11l START IHIT.S&p?..^ 1,. putting off io long, Oonve to-day and Btnn, nml you will never regret it. Three ncr cent, oompoiind Interest paid mi Having AOC hiiiln. MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK ".Safest for Suvlnen" 1101 X, WulnSt. RICHMOND, VA. The Store That Satisfies Taiwan Auto Supply Company AcccHeorlctn and luppllM 629 East Main Street Grant Drug Co. Seventh and Broad Streets OPEN ALL NIGHT WE SAVE YOU MONEY ON DRUGS I'll-l-l-W-.-.l'llTWßin^^ The Globe Envelope & Printing Go. (INCORPORATED) 13 Governor St. RICHMOND, VA. tfinttfacturan of Ch...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

, RICHMOND COLLEGE Evory reader ol i 1... "Collegian" Ii IntaroiWd iii making Kiclnii.in.l College it Ntr.ni Brand better i! Inge, Much, of this greet iu»k belong! I > Trmtoae, Esrnlty, i nml Aiiiniiii, inn h large pari properly falls to tbo students of ihliicsaion, Tin- i- public rloee noi vet, rsi z. the poctibflitfei if <ur new location, nttf tin- excellent beiilun nif tlmt ln.H been made iltcsdy, Tin- public I" lit cai il»- College le riebi and doe* not ale I apprec ate our need (.>r wore bulldii n«, to' larger endowment, i 1 (oi in,, I'M-ii,, hi- i |ps I'i.iliui,h you nn- Bnjoyingtbebenefll of • scholarship, ba your i,c,|iiiiiniiii,|. n know win" ii"" »ii'" n fou, and ih*t probably two more) good student* (imiii your county would in- hare it ichoieribipii could be provider] toiem, The College i a great philanthropy, t'ui offit<'i-n iicoin- in «xtond itn iH-neiltn, ! i nt wimli, ai tlie iane time. 1,, improve the quality ..f tin- advantages offered to students Tin- p...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

SEE COACH DOBSON ABOUT ALL KINDS OF Athletic Wear and Equip- ment for Men and Women. Sweaters, Sport Coats, Caps, Tennis Goods, Golf Goods, Bathing Suits, Skates, etc. Every Vanity Team at i.'i. 1im..,. Collage ih outfitted by A. 0, Spalding & Broa., which firm Coiirli haa bc«n . >apti itmin for ten ycara. The Quick Line Between the BfUt and West USE THE €)€& Three Fast Trains Between Norfolk and Richmond A. P. GENTRY i'l>..in- Randolph 2081 Eagle, Emblem, Dayton, Crescent, Ardmore Arch, Aviator Bicycles. Bicycleafor Hire. Open Sundays. J 508 WEST BROAD STREET RICHMOND, VA. Grace Street Baptist Church I Imiiihlut hii.l (.'run- Streets, SERVICES Suniliy School - 9:80 A. M. I Preaching, n a. M. and h:00 r. M, i H. v, r. I. - - 7V. M, ( TUB hum, PEOPLE'S CHURCH I Advertise in the Richmond Collegian '

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916

RICHMOND COLLEGE AND WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1916.

No. 4

Vol. 111.

The Richmond Collegian

A SPIDER PUBLICATION FOR SPIDERS

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
CATHOLICS TRIUMPH OVER SPIDERS FAST WASHINGTONIANS PILE UP GOOD SCORE, BUT RICHMOND ERS DRAW BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916

CATHOLICS TRIUMPH OVER SPIDERS

FAST WASHINGTONIANS PILE UP GOOD SCORE, BUT RICHMOND ERS DRAW BLOOD.

"i,ut»<.i)/Kr* and i.iil}>imv.-.i. OMkaga Pniverelly'e powerful tmi-k ■ jouncd m will, "in tackling «11 h pool mi.l on >li- tSfltt SUf Dei wi outplayed. The r» llllWh»| (MAM was tin' oftViiwvr work of the 11in' In i.|M'iii!i<* l.nlc fur tlin I'm, I■■ mill 1 mkl<«». Great improvement will im AMMuy i>» i»h seepttntauti ol piny before Ihl OJMQiU X"""' '►« the i'iiiiiiii>i<iii*iiii> aerial on Qot, 21 with iiiHt ji'.iik tliiiiii|iH." ('mull Doltmiu. flic won i.i :n to ii iJiiik not fidl u» iinylhinu ol llio Qgbt Hltvgcd on the ('utlii)lii' I'liivi'iioly gridiron I" 1 *! Stttin- ilhv. In.m lliv IliM inimili' of |iUv it wiik tin l Hirii|i],ii'Ht kind ol v cunt-eat, mill illlll,'ll|;li MWi'lti'l'ilif! luit, riu'll team Wim pliiyinp. v Rghtltig KiHl'i' through I'M IV lllilltltl'. At tin' beginning ol tin- uontoal RaLtnti fumbled on the :IH-winl line, ninl...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
LITERARY SOCIETIES RENDER ATTACTIVE PROGRAM ENTERTAIN RATHER UNSYMPATHETIC AUDIENCE IN AUDITORIUM [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916

LITERARY SOCIETIES RENDER ATTACTIVE PROGRAM

ENTERTAIN RATHER UNSYMPATHETIC AUDIENCE IN AUDITORIUM

A audience Ilml euvc very pimr attention, « ««')l-cli»fM'ii and dKvraiflfd pr«|rnim mid lao'etul gteoHMtuffl find w- j fn-alimentu wcne tint feature* at the tlrat I julnt upon night of llii- Mv SijintH Bho ' mi.! I'hllulittfl*?! Literary Htn-leties, held in ' tIH tiiiditorium hint Friday evenine:. The M-pikern frmn the PhlMogiM So ttotf were introditi-cd by PraeidoM Hnji- by of MM Mm KgHM Itlnin, Moreno U Coinlm noting iii it like c-a parity fin the iiicintiei* "' the Alii Si|(a. The flmt literary number wan a rending hy VV. M. I'hiWili-n. which could not liii heard nunc Hi,in i ,ii tin distance hack In the llllllHC. Tlll'll tllClC fldlllWlll H lll'ollllllH- | (ion liy 11. Pierce Simpson, "A Qnviefl | Soliloquy Hefere Bxeeution,' 1 rendered in n stiiklun milliner. Il prmed very cllec live in spite Hi' tin l grueaoma aidijeei. II Tiny Wicker hail not had v voiy Important (i\ ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
MRS. SALLIE H. LOVING PASSES BEYOND MOTHER OF DR. LOVING OF THE PHYSICS DEPARTMENT IS NO MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916

MRS. SALLIE H. LOVING PASSES BEYOND

MOTHER OF DR. LOVING OF THE PHYSICS DEPARTMENT IS NO MORE.

I I The Collegian itotee with extreme aor (low the dentil ut Wilmington, Va., on OfltObet lib of Mis. Sallie A. Loving, Ihe mother ~f f>, Loving, win. |,a, held the ,-huir ol Pliyakte here for several years. Mi-. Loving luul throe sons, who are gndtmtee "i RMtmnnd College, Dn ,1. W. IvOVMIg oi I lelioiuile, Te\il«, |t. A.. ihki; air, i. i: Living, Cnlpeper, Va„ 11. A.. IHS7. in,,! oOT I'nil. It. Hi Loving, 11. A„ INeM, M, A.. IMt, A griiiiddiingh- Icr. Miss Sallie M ill* llolhind, n i\c,l her degree front Westhiillipton College last .linie, anil two gTMtdtOM, -I. It. Lov- ing, dr., and 11. It. Holland are members nl tlie present l'renlmiiili china. This statement of tacts shows the in- llueuce of Mrs. Loving's linn conviction* in regard to education, "'id is a tit ting tribute la a brave litlle woman, who, left a widow in ISSO. stalled her llrM 100 in college in IW»1, nod li...

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PROCLAMATION NIGHT OBSERVED BY SENIORS [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916

PROCLAMATION NIGHT OBSERVED BY SENIORS

The n;li1t» W the WtM ilo rn7t nlwnys nit in the vloniiM nod mock, rroelniimtien nl(jlit lit Weietrinmpton B> Oetoher •! lirounlit h nmeious dtavaiMlltlM 1" the I'Vewhrniili OlUtj when the l»i:er rewlved 1 Krvaronen nnderHtiindinn and knowledp', !if not tile SfJilora? j Bdßerly, WtnAoftagty, the Frmlimen 1 ",'H'ln unllievi'd before the chapel istepa, : llateneil tO thoae uiimint imi'a Ihe triumphant noun Of their clash. They heart WeHtiminpion enetoma rßtetpreted iiy the Sein.ir Preeident, whoae word* eiillM'Vl'll 111 theit lllitlllti illlfim'H, pl'Hli' ■■< '. Impe fllliMl, where heforc limt la>en only barm namee. Kr<mi thi« yein''. Senior elusn comet the iiißpinitioii of a new (KUtMH, which iii the I'rcshtneii were too excited to appteßlaU it» •IgnlfleanN when an- leiuneed li\ Ihe I'resiilent, the other ! eliiHueH I'orilinlly wdeoineil; niimely, the adoption of a monthly "Roirg Nl|ht, M to lie nlwerveil liy each i in turn, wi...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
ELECTION OF CLASS OFFICERS [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916

ELECTION OF CLASS OFFICERS

The Senior. .Ilinior and Sophomore chiHses meeting in rooms in Ityhind Hull land Ihe Krcahmuii class in the auditor hull under UlO protect ion ami direction of the Welfare Committee, the billow- ing men were elected to head theh re s|K-etiie classs la«t \\ ednesiljit . Senior Class. Precedent vYeston. Brnftew, Vice-President .lames I'otect. Screlury K. .1. I'ov Ii 'caMii'er 11, W. Quick. ! Orator Win L. fjavta. Ili.-toiian 11. Mnynor Siitberliind. I Aiiiiiiiil Ibpre-eiitativi' Hill Moittu Junior Class. I'nsi,l,i,i ilnivcv Milh.Hinie. Vice-President, Albert ('. ( heatliatil. BaarateV] Malcolm Harris. 11 i-in.'i Meade I. Splecr. Ilistiiriitn —ll. Pierce Simpson. Annual RapT 00*11 tStlV* Wiley W. Wood. Sophomore Class. I'resident —W. t'. Andeitioii. \ ice-President Frances L. Albeit. Baereoary Dannie Harts, Trenailivr (Inborne t>. Anhwoiili. Historian I To be appointed by presi- dent). Annual Itepreaentativc (To la» ap- pointed by president.). Froohm...

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Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
RED AND BLUE vs GRANGE AND BLUE SPIDERS TO PLAT THE UNIVERSITY ELEVEN TOMORROW AT CHARLOTTESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916

RED AND BLUE vs GRANGE AND BLUE

SPIDERS TO PLAT THE UNIVERSITY ELEVEN TOMORROW AT CHARLOTTESVILLE.

Tomorrow will be played tin- (Spiderx' lent #>mic la-fore the cbiinipKwaliip letjee atari. Three liatd game** fiucil litem at the beginning of the wiiaotl, and to momw is the culmination of the exhi- bition nericH. Willi a heavier line and a better one tluin Ilea rriireaelited Rleh- Wetml tor wvernl yearn, they OOfMOt to hold Virginia In a -ni.ilt, i wore than wax tile riw last year. We will, how- ever, lie minus, the aei vices "' our atnr center, rTendenon, who will, beotnoa of a bud ankle, save hiniaelf foil the ehani- pionshiii sriien. The leinuindnr of thf team in in excellent shupe, mid a ben thflj line up again*! the heavy Virginia ea,uad they wili put forth tverj effort to hold their opponente down to a Bom- pnrntively hut acove. The siillml will cnllHi.l of llhoiit tWCII- ty-Hvc men. mid the liuc-np will protl ably be: HiYniddo*. left end; I'll iter. b'H tackle: ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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